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Chambers of Simon Denison QC

21 COLLEGE HILL, LONDON, EC4R 2RP, ENGLAND
Tel:
Work 020 3301 0910
DX:
135185 CHEAPSIDE
Email:
Web:
www.6kbw.com

Martyn Bowyer

Tel:
Work 020 3301 0910
Email:
Web:
www.6kbw.com/people/barristers/martyn-bowyer
6KBW COLLEGE HILL (Chambers of Simon Denison QC)

Position

Martyn offers 31 years’ experience at the Criminal Bar in the full range of criminal and quasi-criminal work, both as Junior and Leading Junior at both Crown Court and Appellate levels. He has regularly appeared at the Central Criminal Court and at Crown Court centres across the country. He also has considerable experience as a prosecutor in Military Court Centres. Martyn has frequently appeared in the Court of Appeal, Administrative Court and twice in the House of Lords (now the Supreme Court) .

He has always sought to maintain a balanced practise of both defence and prosecution work.

Martyn has previously been monitored for Treasury Counsel at the Central Criminal Court and is currently a Grade 4 prosecutor.

He also prosecutes for the Services Prosecution Authority and the Office of the Immigration Services Commissioner and represented the country’s largest nuclear power company in a prosecution brought by the Environment Agency following the escape of radioactive material at a decommissioned nuclear power station in Essex.

Martyn has been involved in several high-profile cases, including R v Edward James (fraud trial of the former director of Crown Currency Exchange) and R v Crosdale and others (trial following the murder of Charlie Burns).

Career

Called 1984. Crown Prosecution Service Prosecutor (Grade 3).

Education

University of Cambridge, LLB (Hons) Law. Inns of Court School of Law.


London Bar

Crime (general crime)

Within: Crime (general crime) – Leading juniors

Martyn Bowyer - 6KBW College HillAn incredibly engaging junior with silk-like qualities.

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